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A rare child’s chair, a precious saddle, an ancient boomerang, or a strange kind of knife: an extraordinary selection of objects take visitors from central Africa to the bazaars of Cairo and Marrakesh, from the Amish of Pennsylvania to modernist designers in California, and a Japanese picnic in the garden. This colourful exhibition traces culture’s mutual inspiration and globalization’s effects on design from the beginning of mankind until today.

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